Policy and Advocacy | 4/14/20
New York State Capitol, Albany, NY. Photo: Kurtman518 via Wikimedia Commons.

Architecture firms have been hard hit by the current health and financial crises, seeing a huge decrease in work due to a lack of clients and government-mandated...

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Chapter News | 4/14/20
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In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, many architects in New York and beyond have leveraged their expertise and technology to provide support for those in need. Learn...

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In the News | 4/13/20
Javits Center. Photo: javitscenter via Wikimedia Commons.

Architects across New York City are applying their design, problem-solving, and technological expertise to support those most in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. We've...

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Policy and Advocacy | 4/6/20

On Thursday, April 2, AIA New York and a coalition of allied engineering, contractor, and labor organizations sent a letter to the Mayor urging him to restart design...

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Policy and Advocacy | 4/1/20
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The COVID-19 health and financial crisis has hit New York City design and construction particularly hard. As construction sites become potential places for infection and...

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Chapter News | 4/1/20

AIANY is working with a grassroots network of architects, engineers, non-profits, service providers, and housing and real estate professionals to make members of the...

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In the News | 4/1/20
Chelsea loft renovation by Worrell Yeung. Photo: Eric Petschek.

Worrell Yeung completes Chelsea loft renovation Architecture studio Worrell Yeung has completed a renovation and design of a 2,200-square-foot loft in Chelsea for an...

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Chapter News | 3/31/20
Town Hall: Coping with COVID-19 Together. Image: Center for Architecture.

On Friday, March 27, panelists from AIA New York (AIANY) and the Center for Architecture convened online to host a webinar about the local impacts of COVID-19. With over...

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Policy and Advocacy | 3/30/20

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, AIANY is committed to supporting our members and helping them assess and navigate new local, state, and federal...

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In Memoriam | 3/27/20
Michael Sorkin. Photo courtesy Storefront for Art and Architecture, Membership Dinner 2010.

The architectural community has lost a great teacher and thought leader with the passing this week of Michael Sorkin. Sorkin was a key professor on the campus of the...

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In the News | 3/18/20
Edge by KPF. Photo: Courtesy of Related Oxford.

Cutting-Edge Sky Deck Edge provides 360° views from 30 Hudson Yards’ 100th floor A 52-second elevator ride whisks visitors up to Edge, the fifth-highest outdoor...

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Policy and Advocacy | 3/18/20

In the midst of the current Coronavirus crisis, New Yorker State and New York City are adjusting their policies and procedures. These administrative shifts reflect the...

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From Our Partners, In the News | 3/17/20
Round One winner Sendero Verde Building A designed by Handel Architects. Image: Volley Studio.

The Buildings of Excellence competition, administered by The New York State Energy and Research Development Authority (NYSERDA), is accepting proposals through May 27....

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Chapter News | 3/13/20

  AIA New York offices and the Center for Architecture will close, effective, Friday, March 13, at 5PM, for the next two weeks. We will reopen subject to an...

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Chapter News | 3/9/20
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Update as of 3/20/2020:   Dear Friends, We hope you are doing well and staying safe and healthy during this challenging time. As circumstances continue to...

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AIA National News, Chapter News | 3/4/20
Tablescape of AIA Fellowship medals.

The 2020 Jury of Fellows has named 116 American Institute of Architects members, including 18 members of AIA New York, to its prestigious College of Fellows, which...

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Featured Member | 3/4/20
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Carol Loewenson, FAIA, LEED AP, Partner, Mitchell Giurgola Architects, approaches architecture with a commitment to public spaces and an acknowledgment of how the shape...

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In the News | 3/4/20
Denizen Bushwick by ODA New York. Photo: Eric Laignel.

A Veritable City Within a Borough ODA’s Denizen opens in Bushwick After five years of design and construction, ODA New York has completed Denizen Bushwick in...

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In the News | 3/4/20

Leadership and Firm Transitions The experience studio ESI, founded by Edwin Schlossberg, has been acquired by NBBJ. WXY architecture + urban design has announced...

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Policy and Advocacy | 3/3/20
NYC traffic. Image by Raidarmax via Wikimedia Commons.

Last year, AIA New York and other advocacy groups successfully fought for the passage of congestion pricing in the State Legislature. Congestion pricing would toll entry...

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